The White House cover-up on Libya

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This is seriously disturbing. All to maintain a narrative….

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6 Responses to “The White House cover-up on Libya”

  1. Richard Warnick Says:

    There was no “cover up.” The Obama administration began an investigation ASAP. Really, Republicans ought to be ashamed of making a partisan political issue out of a terrorist attack. George W. Bush ignored warnings before 9/11 but he never got criticized for it.

  2. hollyonthehill Says:

    No, they didn’t, Richard. They lied and lied and lied some more until the proof was undeniable.

  3. jbtalcott Says:

    It is disgraceful that Jason Chaffetz is using the deaths of U.S. citizens as an excuse to hold his partisan media circus in the house of representatives for the political purpose of getting Mitt Romney elected.

  4. hollyonthehill Says:

    It is disgraceful that the White House and its administration would lie and cover up until forced to admit they were wrong. Did you listen to the 4-hours of hearing? I did. Contradicting stories, ums, ahs, and bs coming from Ms Lamb and Ambassador Kennedy. Seriously, JT. Why don’t you go play your saxophone and take your faux outrage somewhere else.

  5. Dwight Says:

    Not sure where this went, maybe moderated away, or maybe I didn’t actually hit post. Regardless, the one thing that has come out of this is Republicans and Chaffetz have managed to score some meaningless political points. The one thing they did with their posturing and questions is expose clearly that the embassy ‘annex’ or ‘consulate’ was indeed actually a CIA base.

    It would be easy enough to cover up if it were just CIA agents and/or people staffing the base. However once you put the ambassador there, especially getting killed there, it changes things significantly. The fumbling of the White House clearly reads to me as people trying to figure out how to spin and control this, not that they didn’t know what actually happened. Then I guess national security is less important to Republicans than scoring trite political points.

  6. jbt Says:

    My outrage at the political posturing of Jason Chaffetz over dead Americans is genuine. Anyone who reads what the national media is saying will find that I am not alone in this view. It is a fact that Jason Chaffetz voted to cut funding for the very security that he now finds lacking. What was it that Dante wrote about hypocrasy?
    I take back what I said in another post. Sometimes the “loser” you back actually does get elected and becomes an embarrassment to the state he is supposed to represent.

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